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Answer: FalseFreud seemed to believe that complete breakdown in women of the Oedipus complex was impossible, since the two desires, possessing the penis of the father and getting the child of the father, were exceedingly difficult to abandon.Answer: TrueAn individual may refer him/herself as man or woman based on the biologicalcharacteristics that he/ she has.Answer: TrueSexuality is about sexual attraction, sexual practices, and identity. Answer: TrueThe usual level of sex hormones for male is testosterone.Answer: TrueFreud believed the Oedipus complex was normally resolved in males and the id became their heir.Answer: False
If a human shows signs in both sexes, the person is considered an intersex.Answer: TrueFreud also acknowledged that the Oedipus Complex insight in the processes of growth in girls was “unsatisfactory, incomplete, and ambiguous.” Answer: TrueThe Navajo Nation of Arizona believes in the “two-spirit” which is a belief that there are certain individuals born with two genders who both display a feminine and masculine side.This culture is from _____________________________.Answer: AmericaFreud developed his theory of femininity and masculinity from the comparison between the actions of the two sexes after that discovery, which is what we now term __________________________.Answer: Gender role identityHuman reproduction is the process in which human beings produce more human beings similar to themselves.Answer: True“The girl replied with the impression that she had been castrated to the discovery of the sexual difference, whereupon she adopted the notion of clitoral inferiority and, for the rest of her life, suffered from penile envy. The girl kept her mother, who had sent her so insufficiently prepared into the world, as responsible for her lack of penis. Then she renounced her mother as an object of love in order to obtain a penis and turned libidinally to her boyfriend. However, when she discovered that her castration was irreparable, she sought compensation for losing her father’s infant.”What is Freud’s conclusion on this scenario?Answer: In the boy, castration anxiety resolved the complex of Oedipus, while in the child, castration anxiety led to the complex of Oedipus.Freud believed that both genders were fundamentally congruent with prephallic development.Answer: True
Gender segregation patterns in which children play in groups of the same gender, which follow disparities in the types of games played, arise at the age of five for several cultures, and even earlier.Answer: TrueGender identity is defined as a personal conception of oneself as male or female (or rarely, both or neither). Answer: TrueIn the patterns of the psychological perspective of gender differences, it is believed that girls are spending more time working from age three, while boys are spending more time in school.